Great article. I think it will probably take some flack for being a New York Times piece, but it gives a pretty good idea of which way Obama is planning on going with his economic plan.
Higher taxes on the wealthy, drastic cuts in the middle class (deeper than McCain), investments in the public good (health care, infrastructure, education, energy), and yet he's placing supreme emphasis on the market (and I'd add, free trade).
That's my type of economic plan. It's along the same lines of the plans that Thomas Friedman outlines in "The World is Flat," except he does it from a more global perspective. I know, I know, I bring up Friedman's name a lot, but I really like him.
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